Japanese Culture and Dance in Southeast Louisiana By Laura Westbrook Dancing is a way for me to enjoy my culture, and it is also a way to share the culture with other people. I hope more will want to do it, but the Japanese community in this area is very small.
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New Orleans Vietnamese Culture Vietnamese have thriving presence in New Orleans Escaping the incoming Communist regime at the end of the Vietnam War, many Vietnamese fled to America in the mids, and quite a large number settled in Louisiana. Recent figures put the New Orleans Vietnamese population at around 14,, the largest, most vibrant Vietnamese community in the state. For one, the sub-tropical climate and proximity to water appealed to many Vietnamese immigrants. Also, a large percentage of Vietnamese newcomers were Catholic, and both New Orleans and national Catholic charities were spearheading efforts to help new residents find jobs and housing in the city.